TUM RECORDS CONCLUDES ITS CELEBRATION OF WADADA LEO SMITH´S 80th ANNIVERSARY WITH TWO MORE EXCEPTIONAL BOXED SETS
BOB 07:20 / The Elephant Man 02:51 / Mulholland Drive 04:10 / Laura Palmer 08:19 / Eraserhead 06:04 / Lula Pace Fortune 06:22 / Alvin Straight 04:46 / The Mystery Man 06:52 / Agent Cooper 02:41 / Sailor 05:43 / The Man From Another Place 00:35 / Frank Booth 08:54 // Total playing time 64:37
All compositions by Kalle Kalima except 02 and 10 by
Teppo Hauta-aho, Mikko Innanen, Kalle Kalima and Veli Kujala.
Kalle Kalima electric guitar and percussion
Mikko Innanen alto and baritone saxophones, flutes and percussion
Veli Kujala quarter-tone accordion and percussion
Teppo Hauta-aho double bass, percussion and doors
On their second release, Kalle Kalima & K-18 continue to present composer and guitarist Kalle Kalima´s aural impressions of the world of movies. Whereas their first album (Some Kubricks of Blood, TUM CD 022) included Kalima´s compositions inspired by Stanley Kubrick´s films, Out to Lynch presents his reflections on some of director David Lynch´s key movies, such as Blue Velvet, Eraserhead, Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive, The Elephant Man, Twin Peaks and Wild at Heart.
With this recording, Berlin-based Kalle Kalima, who is best known for his work with three different trios (Klima Kalima, Johnny La Marama and Momentum Impakto), his solo project Kalle Kalima Pentasonic and his collaborations with the likes of Marc Ducret, Linda Sharrock, Sirone, Tomasz Stanko, Simon Stockhausen and Jimi Tenor, has created another unique album that is rich in sonic colors and constantly alternating moods.
Featured with K-18 are again saxophonist Mikko Innanen, bassist Teppo Hauta-aho and accordionist Veli Kujala, each an acknowledged master of his chosen instrument. The quartet's uncompromising approach to improvisation combines elements from free jazz, modern classical music and even avant-garde rock that prove particularly well suited for these reflections on the world of David Lynch.
Kalle Kalima & K-18
OUT TO LYNCH
TUM CD 030